Gratitude for God’s Gifts and Work

We are a growing church, growing family, and together, we are moving forward. During this series, we will celebrate God’s work through the church, look to the future and consider what the Bible has to say about money. We seek to be good stewards of the gifts that God has given us and making a commitment to giving in the year ahead is one tangible way to worship.

  • Oct 7, 2018 – Celebrating Berryton United Methodist Church
    • Deuteronomy 8:11-18
    • World Communion Sunday
  • Oct 14, 2018 – Dreams and Visions for the Future
    • Genesis 17:1-8
  • Oct 21, 2018 – What does the Bible say about money?
    • Mark 12:41-44
    • 81st Birthday of Berryton United Methodist Church
  • Oct 28, 2018 – Gratitude for God’s Gifts and Work
    • Psalm 100
    • Commitment Sunday

What is this sermon about?

This sermon is about gratitude and includes some suggestions on how to practice it.

Why is this sermon important?

It is important because gratitude helps us live life as God intends.

What is the good news?

The good news is that we can be grateful because God has claimed us as one of God’s own children.

What are the next action steps?

You are invited to cultivate gratitude this week by focusing on what we have as a child of God, not on what you don’t have. You are invited to return an annual giving commitment card.

What is the context of this sermon?

This is the final sermon in a series focused on stewardship. The congregation will present their annual giving commitment cards during the final hymn.